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Canada/Other : Newfoundland Question

 

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mbo1142
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I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.

24 Mar 2022
01:59:52pm

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Scott #145 and Unitrade #145

Stamp on left appears to be over inked in area outside map of Newfoundland while the stamp on the right is much lighter although there appears to be darker areas in the border and other areas.

Scott makes no mention of a difference. Unitrade mentions re-entries exist over the entire design. Is what I am seeing a major re-entry? If so why is it only on a certain portion of the stamp?


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LarryV

24 Mar 2022
05:48:15pm

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re: Newfoundland Question

Although the resolution is not great it appears that #145 is on the right and #163 is on the left. You can tell the placement of the words "BAULD" and "NORMAN" . They are different printings.

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Harvey
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24 Mar 2022
06:32:50pm
re: Newfoundland Question

Larry's right!! I never really noticed that before. If you check Scott's 2010 Classic it tells all the differences between the two series, I'm sure other sources do as well but I'm too lazy to look!!!

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mbo1142
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25 Mar 2022
08:46:23am

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re: Newfoundland Question

DUH D'Oh Evidently this 80 year old brain was to lazy to look also. If I had continued reading, I would have seen all the small print that told me the difference between the 1928 issues and the 1928 re-engraved issues.

Thanks for the help, saved me from mounting some stamps in the wrong places.

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25 Mar 2022
10:23:01am
re: Newfoundland Question

What makes me feel even dumber is that I have both complete series complete!

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mbo1142

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
24 Mar 2022
01:59:52pm

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Scott #145 and Unitrade #145

Stamp on left appears to be over inked in area outside map of Newfoundland while the stamp on the right is much lighter although there appears to be darker areas in the border and other areas.

Scott makes no mention of a difference. Unitrade mentions re-entries exist over the entire design. Is what I am seeing a major re-entry? If so why is it only on a certain portion of the stamp?


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LarryV

24 Mar 2022
05:48:15pm

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re: Newfoundland Question

Although the resolution is not great it appears that #145 is on the right and #163 is on the left. You can tell the placement of the words "BAULD" and "NORMAN" . They are different printings.

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
24 Mar 2022
06:32:50pm

re: Newfoundland Question

Larry's right!! I never really noticed that before. If you check Scott's 2010 Classic it tells all the differences between the two series, I'm sure other sources do as well but I'm too lazy to look!!!

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"A high school teacher said to his class ,by the time Alexander the great was a few years older than you he had conquered the known world, a student then said ,but he had Aristotle as a teacher, we only have you ."
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mbo1142

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
25 Mar 2022
08:46:23am

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re: Newfoundland Question

DUH D'Oh Evidently this 80 year old brain was to lazy to look also. If I had continued reading, I would have seen all the small print that told me the difference between the 1928 issues and the 1928 re-engraved issues.

Thanks for the help, saved me from mounting some stamps in the wrong places.

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
25 Mar 2022
10:23:01am

re: Newfoundland Question

What makes me feel even dumber is that I have both complete series complete!

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"A high school teacher said to his class ,by the time Alexander the great was a few years older than you he had conquered the known world, a student then said ,but he had Aristotle as a teacher, we only have you ."
        

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